Discussion in 'Fairline Yacht' started by T.K., Feb 14, 2007.
Thank you Kevin.
She looks great Tarek. Not long and you will have her all to yourself. Are you sure your boat is in the UK because it looks like the sun is shining there.
I would sure hope she's in the UK .
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I have the measurments of my swim platform. Here they are: 3415mm x 990mm across the centre lines.
Thanks for your help.
Hey TK... Very nice.. You can all see where the name of the company comes from... They always stood for quality and you can see that from the fotos... I visited there yard 2 years ago for an interview to design, wanting to live and work in thwe UK, but ALAS after a long time they went elsewhere.. Most know I'm into the big yachts. I think they may have thought I would find it hard to intigrate into the smaller yachts...I say it not the size that counts...Its the quality...
Anyway they do stand for quality and I wish you many Hours of fine sailing on her
Thank you Angelus . Fairline did an excellent job in finishing this Phantom. I will post more pictures once she arrives.
The Phantom arrived yesterday in Port Said. A few days for customs clearance and she should sail south to her berth in Hurghada. Excellent service from Fairline North Mallorca. They sent two of their skippers yesterday to Port Said to receive the boat and supervise the unloading. They will then sail her south together with a local skipper.
Handsome yacht. Is there no bottom paint yet, or is the paint white?
Thank you. She's all white.
I see the two underwater lights! Tarek i thought that you were putting in three though.
Sorry, I have overlooked at your reply. I presume you can stow a tender around maximum 310 cm, however you will have some difficulties with the beam. The beam of such tenders will be around 160 cm, so the chocks should be made in a special way and will extend out of the swim platform. You can remove the chocks once the tender is in the water. I can see that you can use your pasarelle for the purpose.
If you can send me your personal e-mail once again, I will send you some documents for further evaluation.
I know she has underwater lights, but don't know their placement.
Why do you think they should have been three? Might be a silly question, but where are these underwater lights on the picture. I can't really see them.
Thanks Nilo, I guess the tender can extend a little over the end of the swim platform, shouldn't be a problem. Now I need a good design for these removable chocks or something which is available on the market for such an application. The pasarelle can also be used as a lift for the tender.
I PM'ed you my email.
Thanks again Nilo for your help.
Look at the last pic you posted on this page and you will see them. On the stern, under the bathing platform. They are two small circles that have a glass in the middle of them. They are like on port and starboard of the stern. Dunno if you see them yet?
I guess you mean the two I circled in red. Hmmm, I thought there would be more. I guess that's what I get for a GBP 1,000.00 option.
Yes, those are the two underwater lights. They should look good though. Last night when i went down to the marina (Port ST. Charles) i saw a couple boats that had underwater lights. The Horizon that came in last night had 6 stern mounted lights 4 spotting directly aft under the platform and one on each side. Looked really good.
Thanks, will check them out once she's in the water .
You have a really nice boat.Just look at the inside as I am a fussy woodworker ,they did very well.Neat workmanship all round.Enjoy it.
Thank you Francois. I appreciate your comments.